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Tempest. Wade Magallen led the life of a devil-may-care bachelor until Storm Roemer tamed his wild heart and calmed his hothead ways. But a devastating secret made him send away the most breathtaking girl in Wyoming – and with her, his one chance at happiness. As gentle as a breeze, yet as strong willed as a gale, Storm returned to Laramie after years of trying to forget Wade. One look at the handsome cowboy unleashed a torrent of longing she couldn't deny, no matter what obstacle stood between them. Storm only had to decide if she'd win Wade back with a love as sweet as summer rain – or a whirlwind of passion that would leave him begging for more.

©2000 Norah Hess (P)2010 Books In Motion

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I liked the beginning

This is a 'romance' and you can get the gist of the story from several other reviews. Strengths are a sort-of realistic story from an historical viewpoint, some interesting plot constructions, and the author has a grasp of grammar and sentence structure. For me, it was one too many "I love her but I can't have her" and "I love him, why doesn't he love me?" from the main characters. And the mystery letter construct goes on way too long. So while it ended up not being my cup of tea, it isn't awful if you don't mind a bit of repetitive sentimentalism.

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